UNDER THE INSPECTION OF
THE REFORMED PRESBYTERIES OF SCOTLAND,
IRELAND, AND NORTH AMERICA.
COMPREHENDING ALSO AN
ABSTRACT OF THEIR PRINCIPLES.
INTENDED AS AN INTRODUCTION TO THE PERUSAL
OF THEIR JUDICIAL TESTIMONY, AND OTHER
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE REFORMED
PRESBYTERY IN SCOTLAND.
THOU ART PERMITTED TO SPEAK FOR THYSELF, ACTS 26:1.
PRINTED BY T. JOHNSTON.
1806-John Reid II.-The names and origin of those called Old Dissenters, or Covenanters.
1806-John Reid II.-An historical survey of the events that led to a separate Covenanting party in Scotland together with its progress until the formation of the Reofrmed Presbytery.
1806-John Reid II.-An historical account of the accession of John McMillan to the Covenanters and a defense of his subsequent ministry from aspersions cast.
1806-John Reid II.-This gives an account of the various Reformation attainments and their importance to Covenanters.
1806-John Reid II.-An account of the various departures and backslidings from Reformational attainments and the manner in which the Reformed Presbyterians testfy against this.
1806-John Reid II.-A sketch of the doctrine, worship, disciplein and government as believed and practiced amongst Reformed Presbyterians.
1806-John Reid II.-This Appendix contains a discussion of Testimonies, how they should be regulated and of what they should be constituted.